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Performing Nonets by
BOHUSLAV MARTINŮ, LOUIS SPOHR and CARL NIELSEN
Irina Muresanu, violin
Curtis Macomber, violin
Tatiana Dimitriades, violin
Alexander Velinzon, violin
Christof Huebner, viola
Ashima Scripp, cello
Donald Palma, double bass
Marianne Gedigian, flute
Clark Matthews, horn
The Boston-based Walden Chamber Players has garnered a reputation for being one of the most exciting and versatile chamber groups performing today. Critics have hailed its performances of everything from Bach to Schoenberg, and Chamber Music America Magazine raves: “A season spent with the Walden Chamber Players is a time for discovery." The success of its performances, recordings and educational curricula has earned it a place as one of the most sought-after chamber ensembles in the United States.
Founded in 1997, the Walden Chamber Players is comprised of twelve dynamic artists in various combinations of string, piano, and wind ensembles. The wide variety of instrumental groupings possible with this ensemble allows for great versatility and eclectic programming, a hallmark of the Walden Chamber Players. Members of the ensemble are versatile chamber artists and soloists who often perform at leading festivals throughout the United States and abroad. They are also sought-after teachers and lecturers and serve on the faculty of some of the country’s premier musical teaching institutions, such as the New England Conservatory of Music, University of Texas - Austin, Boston University, University of Maryland, the Boston Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music and the Juilliard School.
Walden presents a new concept of a classical concert both in content and presentation. Drawing from a rich palette of sources and styles, it mixes and matches the works of both classical and contemporary composers with an eye towards understanding the creative process and society at large–often mutually influencing forces–thereby creating a richer context.
The Walden Chamber Players is recognized for its strong advocacy of new music by composers such as Augusta Read Thomas, Alvin Singleton, Pierre Jalbert, Stephen Paulus, Gerhard Schedl, and Kaja Saariaho, among others. The popularity of its educational programs has led to the development of several long-term residencies and partnerships at schools and universities across the country.
“A season spent with the Walden Chamber Players is a time for discovery."
– Chamber Music America Magazine